PepLink can do like DMVPN Phase 3

Pepwave technology for spokes to spokes tunnel like DMVPN phase 3 ?
please let me know the reference.

Hi Welcome to the forum.

Apart from also being a VPN architecture, SpeedFusion has very little in common with DMVPN.

Probably best to tell us what you want to achieve and then we can advise how to do it using SpeedFusion.

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Hi @MartinLangmaid ,
I still confusing speedFusion technology. when i read doc, all are explain the wan bonding but didn’t explain how talk peer to peer tunnel.
I read previous thread which said that speedfusion technology support hub spoke and peer to peer.
i have the MAX HD2 mini devices.
i would like to create vpn network which can reach spoke to spoke like DMVPN phase 3. There is no internet for all spokes sites.
Speedfusion can do like that ? i also don’t understand without using HUB . How to initiate spoke to spoke ?
Do we need to add point to point VPN for all spoke sites in each routers ?
OR we only need to create one speed fusion tunnel ? if it is correct, i don’t understand how to initiate other spokes.

Speedfusion Bonding is a VPN technology. At its most simple it is peer to peer (although hub and spoke and full mesh is supported also).

In the case of connecting two devices, one peer has to have WAN connections that are reachable by the other peer with either direct IP routing or via a NAT firewall / router with port forwarding. So you can’t have two devices connect to each other if both are behind NAT with no ports forwarded - unless you have a third device acting as a Hub that does have an IP that is reachable by both remote peers.

InControl 2 ( or IC2) is the cloud management platform (which you can license separately to host within private networks with no internet access) and is used to manage devices, their configurations and SpeedFusion VPN. You don’t need InControl2 to use SpeedFusion - it just makes everything easier.

You can use IC2 to manage the SpeedFusion VPN connections. Each remote peer will advertise its WAN interface IPs to IC2, and IC2 will push VPN configurations to the remote devices to tell them which peers to connect to.

You have HD2 Minis with no internet access. So I assume cellular on private APNs? If so you have the following options:

  1. Manually configure a SpeedFusion profile on each device and enter the private IPs assigned to the cellular interfaces by your APN - or use dns if the IPs are dynamic.
  2. Allow outbound traffic to * for the devices so that you can manage them in the public IC2.
  3. Host an IC2 appliance on your internal network that the HD2 Minis can communicate with and use that to push the SpeedFusion VPN configuration.
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